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Katherine Waters

Articles By Katherine Waters

Sophie Mackintosh: The Water Cure review - on the discipline of survival

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Building the Wall, Park Theatre review - the nature of nightmare

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The Woman in White, BBC One review - camp Victoriana

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Martin Gayford: Modernists & Mavericks review - people, places and paint

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Stephen: The Murder That Changed A Nation, BBC One review - ‘He was a cool guy and everybody loved him’

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Michael Rakowitz: The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist, Fourth Plinth review - London's new guardian

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White Guy on the Bus, Finborough Theatre review - a moral tale of Pennsylvania's divisions

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Female Parts: Shorts, Hoxton Hall review - women speak out

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Murillo: The Self-Portraits, National Gallery review - edged with darkness

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Lisa Halliday: Asymmetry review - unconventional and brilliant

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The B*easts, Bush Theatre review - Monica Dolan is almost flawless

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Emil Nolde: Colour Is Life, National Gallery of Ireland review - boats, dancers, flowers

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Roma Agrawal: Built review - solid love

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Collective Rage, Southwark Playhouse review - a rollicking riot

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Booby's Bay, Finborough Theatre review - a bit fishy

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John, National Theatre review - in for the long haul?

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